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- TNA SP 12/36, 73. 1565 July 2. Wm. Humfrey to Sir Wm. Cecil. Concerning the working of copper mines; and recommends an Almain engineer, who can raise water one hundred fathoms high, by a newly invented engine.
- TNA SP 12/36, 74. 1565 July 5. Estimate of the charges of one hundred men to serve the Queen, in the ship Ayde, and stores for the same.
- TNA SP 12/36, 75. 1565 July 10. Note of money received at various dates by Willm. Cocke, for the Earl of Oxford's use.
- TNA SP 12/36, 76. 1565 July 13. Indictment of G. Berye, of New Romney, and others, for piracy committed off the North Foreland, in Kent, within the jurisdiction of the Cinque Ports.
- TNA SP 12/36, 77. 1565 July 14. Proclamation for all persons bound to maintain horses and geldings for light horsemen, to have the same in readiness for the musters.
- TNA SP 12/36, 78. 1565 July 15. Memorandum of persons chargeable under the statute of Queen Mary, with keeping horses and armour.
- TNA SP 12/36, 79. 1565 July 15. Copy of TNA SP 12/36, 78.
- TNA SP 12/36, 80. 1565 July 15. Sir Roger Manwood to Cecil. Has examined the charter of the Cinque Ports, and finds that they are discharged, among other exemptions, "de prestacionibus," which he considers to mean "of loans;" also of aids, contributions, talliages, &c.
- TNA SP 12/36, 81. 1565 July 16. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Observations on the supposition that Ireland is rich in minerals. Solicits the privilege of introducing battery works in England.
- TNA SP 12/36, 82. 1565 July 18. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. New suitors have arisen for a grant of the mines in Ireland, as Mr. Spendelo, Sir Thos. Chaloner and Cornelius De Vos. Hopes they may not prejudice his suit for the same. Could make the grant thereof worth some thousands of pounds to Cecill and to the Earl of Leicester.
- TNA SP 12/36, 83. 1565 July 22. Wm. Humfrey to Cecil. Reasons for his having mentioned the islands of Lambay on the coast of Ireland, in the articles of grant of mines which he solicited. Objects to the introduction of Mr. John Challenor, in his grant.
- TNA SP 12/36, 84. 1565 July 22. Charles Utenhovius to Cecil. Professes his admiration of his virtues. Describes the studies in which he is engaged. Lat.
- TNA SP 12/36, 85. 1565 July 23. Note of monies paid to Sir Thomas Chaloner.
- TNA SP 12/36, 86. 1565 July 24. Declaration of sale of the advowsons of certain rectories, vicarages, and other spiritual promotions by virtue of commission directed to Wm. Marq. of Winchester, Sir Willm. Petre, Sir Richard Sakevyle, and Sir Walter Mildmay.
- TNA SP 12/36, 87. 1565 July 27. Commission for Thos. Thurland and Daniel Hechstetter to apprehend disorderly persons employed by them in the mines.
- TNA SP 12/36, 88. 1565 July 28. Commission to certain noblemen and gentlemen to take view and muster of all manner of horses and geldings which any person within the shire, liberty, franchise, corporate town, or other place, is bound to maintain; and to make certificate thereof accordingly.
- TNA SP 12/36, 89. 1565 July 28. List of noblemen and gentlemen Commissioners for mustering horses in various counties.
- TNA SP 12/36, 90. 1565 July 29. The Queen to Lord Wentworth, Sir Francis Jobson, Sir Tho. Gresham, Ric. Onslow, and Edward Randolph, Esquires. Authorizes them to take muster and view of horses and geldings in the county of Middlesex.
- TNA SP 12/36, 91. 1565 July 30. Tho. Thurland to Sir Wm. Cecil. Sends him a piece of ore from Borrowdale, which he is glad to say is to be procured plentifully. Has been arrested for debt. He is impoverished by the prosecution of his search for minerals.
- TNA SP 12/36, 92. 1565 July 31. The Queen to the Lord Mayor of London and others. To take view and muster of all manner of horses and geldings within the city and liberties of London.
- TNA SP 12/36, 93. 1565 July. Grant by the Queen to Francis Bertie, a stranger born, of the exclusive privilege of making white salt, for 20 years.
- TNA SP 12/36, 94. 1565 July. Indenture between the Queen and Francis Bertie, of Antwerp, for the granting him exclusive privilege of manufacturing white salt, for the term of 20 years.
- TNA SP 12/36, 95. 1565 July. Offers of Mr. Daniel Hechstetter, touching his suit and petition for privilege of waterworks for draining mines, &c., to form a company for the same, and to give certain shares to the Earls of Pembroke and Leicester, Sir Wm. Cecil, Mr. Tamworth, and Mr. Alderman Duckett.
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